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Malaysia Airlines confirms A380 order.

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Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that its order for six A380s is still valid.

The carrier confirmed the order after a report that said it could cancel the purchase because the aircraft no longer fit into its plans, The Associated Press reported.

In addition Malaysia Airline System Bhd has said it is "still in discussions with Airbus on the various options available" regarding the delivery.

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